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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $2,000 - Posted
Technologies used: - angular.js - angular-material framework - html5 / css3 - require.js - node.js with mongoose for mongoDb - sass, less - bower / npm packages - gulp compiling - webstorm IDE (its a plus) Most of this stuff is already handled, and we have skeleton application for you to work with, we will assist you along the way with everything that you will need. ... We require to work via API, to separte the frontend from the backend, the REST API will be build using node.js with mongoose to GET / POST / PUT / DELETE to comunicate with our mongoDB (JSON responses and requests) Please, provide samples of your work, show us the work your most proud and pasionate about, and we are here to have an awesome collaboration.
Skills: MongoDB AngularJS CSS3 HTML5
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
We are an education startup focused in teaching programming and game development, and we are currently building a cross-platform mobile app with Ionic (version 1) where users can take programming lessons on their phones. This app was funded through a Kickstarter campaign. You can learn about the long-term vision here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/pablofarias/learn-to-make-games-apps-and-websites-on-your-phon/ and this is a screencast of what we currently have: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-MyMFWGSnI We are looking for a developer with experience in Angular, Ionic and Node.js API's (using Express and Mongoose). You'll be working alongside the startup founder who will be coding as well and managing the project. We are looking for someone who can do around 10 hours a week or more. It's an estimated 30 hour left of work for our first version (0.1). After that, we'll stop for a couple of weeks as we collect user feedback, then resume with more features. We already have a basic implementation of the app and backend, and are aiming to a first iteration with the following: - Basic user signup/login flow - User enrollment in a course - User takes course lessons, can fail or pass - Save/load user progress in the cloud - Keep track of what lessons the user has completed - Improvements to the backend The backend of the app is built with the MEAN stack. It consists on a lesson/course editor tool that uses Angular and Bootstrap, and Express API's that are used both by the lesson creation tool and by the app itself. Aspects we'll need your help with: - Polishing the app by fixing small bugs, improving style, add animations and effects. A lot of small issues to fix. - Improving performance of the Ionic app. - Help with implementing authentication, user signup flow, etc - Keeping track of student progress and sync with the backend - Creating and maintaining API's - Improving the lesson creator tool, built with the MEAN stack and Bootstrap. What's important to us: -This project will aim to improve the career prospects of a lot of people, and that is something you need to keep in mind when working on it. -We are looking for a skilled developer, smart and reliable, who we can have as a long-term partner for this and future projects. -Follow our communication workflow guide. We use Trello and Github for task management. -Work Diary usage only. We won't micromanage but we do take a careful look at it after some bad experiences in Upwork. -Reliability and good communication are key. If you can't make a deadline, you are stuck or don't understand a task, let us know and we'll sort it out. -Strong hold of Angular (1.x), Ionic (1.x) and Node / Mongoose / Express. Some experience with all of those technologies is a non-negotiable requirement. -Git and Github experience is a must. -As the Upwork contract states, we'll own all intellectual property created as part of this job. -Must sign NDA
Skills: MongoDB AngularJS Express Js GitHub
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
We are looking to hire a full stack meteor developer. The project is at around 70% complete, with a working demo. 20 - 40 hours per week, depending on your availability. We are flexible with time, however it needs to be consistent overall. The project is creating a way to help fellow developers and designers build projects, so this is a pro tool. This is remote work. 20 - 40 hours per week. US Based Developers only please. Please get in touch to know more. Send link to any meteor projects, github profile, etc.
Skills: MongoDB JavaScript Node.js twitter bootstrap
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
We'd like some assistance constructing a particular kind of bitcoin transaction, including programmable wallet creation, multisig transactions, data warehousing, and payment channels.
Skills: MongoDB AngularJS Bitcoin HTML5
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Need someone who is experience with parse migration. More specifically I need to move my cloud functions/background jobs onto heroku. Here is some documentation that should help: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/35523542/background-job-using-parse-server-heroku-scheduler https://github.com/ParsePlatform/parse-server/issues/668
Skills: MongoDB Heroku JavaScript Node.js
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
Java based web application built using liferay community edition with MySQL as primary database. Client side uses metro design and handlebar js works as the template engine.
Skills: MongoDB AJAX AngularJS Bootstrap
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $150 - Posted
Looking for great developers who can write well about the programming they love. Join our growing team of programmers who are further extending their online reputation by writing instructional articles and tutorials on topics that help other aspiring programmers prepare for tests and succeed in their domain. The tutorial or instructional blog you would write is approximately 1,000 words in length, and contains rich media and code snippets to keep the reader engaged. Previous topics include "Using jQuery To Animate HTML Elements", "Using Google Spreadsheets as a Database in a Ruby on Rails App", "Build an Angular 1.5 component – An AngularJS tutorial", "Class-based Views Django Tutorial", and "Single Page Application using AngularJs Tutorial" ...to name just a few. We are not limited to any of the above frameworks or languages, these are just examples. Requirements: --You possess a deep knowledge of any programming language --You are highly proficient in written English (US or UK). The better you are at writing and communicating, the faster you can be published. What you can expect writing for us: --Our average timeline from writing through editing to publishing is approximately 10 days --If your writing requires only modest edits and is generally delivered within 10 days, we will continue to want you to write additional articles as an ongoing contract. -The topic you choose should answer some popular problem or interesting tutorial as evidenced by doing a google search on your proposed title. -The article should include sufficient rich media to break up the text and with visual interest (e.g, include screenshots, code snippets, and/or animated .gifs) Examples of acceptable submissions related to programming: -Tips & Tricks -Tutorials -Workarounds etc... Other Examples of interesting topic titles - Using MondoDB in ASP.NET MVC project - Comparison of PHP frameworks in terms of performance - Implementing Facebook & Twitter authorization in Django project - NodeJS sample app tutorial
  • Number of freelancers needed: 5
Skills: MongoDB AngularJS ASP.NET ASP.NET MVC